Using world class technology to expand our understanding of diseases relevant to South Africa and Africa
We are a multi-disciplinary unit based in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Our current primary aim is to enhance the quality of education across the Faculty and in all teaching facilities used by the Faculty. We seek to achieve this mission through...
Inspiring future generations to follow careers in the health sciences- as health practitioners, scientists and teachers.
During these troubling times, we welcome good news from our team in the DHSE. Below, Dr Veronica Mitchell who supports Greg Doyle in the E-Learning department (and also works as a facilitator in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) shares news about her recent publication and forthcoming Swiss residency opportunity.
Since its inception in 2000, the EDU has had a mandate to assist Faculty of Health Sciences with its Transformation agenda in educational programmes. The transformation agenda is three-pronged:
The function of the EDU has evolved
From: planning, driving and implementing the new MB ChB and infusing all teaching, service and research activities of the entire Faculty with the Primary Health Care Approach (Dean's Circular, 1 March 2000)